Note: The Lawrence Times does not cover sports (yet) in the traditional sense. But here’s what we consider to be our community coverage of University of Kansas Athletics.
Join us as we walk through downtown Lawrence to celebrate KU basketball’s 84-62 win against Indiana. We ask fans about their game day merch, favorite players, and more.
Calvin Clements, a senior at Free State High School and Jayhawk fan growing up, is staying home for college.
KU has its football coach for the foreseeable future. Lance Leipold has signed a new deal that will keep him in Lawrence through 2029.
The Kansas Jayhawks looked a little more like they did early in the season during their Salute to Service game Saturday afternoon, improving to 6-3 on the season and becoming bowl eligible for the first time since 2008.
Kansas men’s basketball coach Bill Self and assistant coach Kurtis Townsend are suspended for the first four games of the upcoming season in an apparent effort to head off penalties from a long-running NCAA investigation into the program’s recruiting practices.
After announcing plans for massive changes to the football stadium and a new ”gateway” to campus, KU has entered into contracts with three vendors to begin planning — but the details won’t be available to the public.
The Kansas Jayhawks and a few thousand of their biggest fans got another opportunity to celebrate their national championship victory Friday night as they unveiled the 2022 banner in Allen Fieldhouse.
Fans arrived to “fill the hill” hours before kickoff in Kansas’ matchup against TCU as ESPN’s College GameDay traveled to Lawrence for the first time.
Kansas Athletics on Friday announced its most significant plans in decades regarding the future of KU football.
The Kansas Jayhawks football team is 5-0, ranked 19th in the AP poll and angling for its first postseason bowl game appearance since 2008. And the team’s surprising success on the field is rippling through the community.
Energized by a 4-0 win streak, KU fans were celebrating with games, barbecue, music, and more, all around the stadium and surrounding neighborhoods.
Jayhawk fans of all ages gathered on Mass Street Friday night for the inaugural Rock Chalk Block Party.
A flyover is planned Saturday afternoon ahead of kickoff as the Jayhawks (4-0) take on the Iowa State Cyclones (3-1) in KU’s homecoming game.
Kansas fans “packed the Booth” Saturday for only the second sold-out football game in nearly 13 years, and their team did not disappoint.
The Jayhawks are set to face the Golden Eagles of Tennessee Tech Friday evening, and the city wants to help folks get to the game. Info + helpful game day links here.
All-American and 2008 National Champion Sherron Collins plans to bring along a former Kansas basketball teammate to help coach the Free State boys basketball team this upcoming season.
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